|Bid||19.14 x 100|
|Ask||23.99 x 200|
|Day's Range||21.80 - 22.09|
|52 Week Range||16.77 - 24.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.27|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.68 (3.13%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Mar.07 -- Bloomberg’s Jason Kelly discusses a MoMA luncheon with Oprah, attended by Leon Black, Henry Kravis and Daniel Och. He speaks with David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Envision Healthcare Corp. has completed the sale of its medical transportation business to KKR & Co.-backed Air Medical Group Holdings Inc. Net proceeds of approximately $2.1 billion from the sale will ...
On March 6, 2018, UnitedHealth Group (UNH) reportedly had an interest in the ambulatory services business unit of Envision Healthcare (EVHC) that’s available for sale. The private equity firms led by Carlyle Group (CG) and a consortium of Hellman & Friedman, Onex, and Clayton, Dubilier & Rice are other groups that are interested in Envision Healthcare. No statements have been issued by UnitedHealth Group or Envision.
KKR & Co has raised 40.3 billion yen ($377 million) through its first yen bonds, with healthy demand from Japanese investors helping it garner a third more than its targeted sum, bankers involved in the deal told Thomson Reuters DealWatch. Investors were attracted to KKR's bonds because of its investment track record in Japan, said the bankers, who asked not to be identified because they were not authorized to speak to media. The U.S. private equity firm had initially aimed to sell 30 billion of the yen bonds maturing in five, seven and 20 years.
KKR & Co is selling its first yen bond, seeking to raise around $280 million in a deal to price on Thursday, bankers close to the deal told Thomson Reuters DealWatch. The U.S. private equity firm is selling 30 billion yen ($281.58 million) worth of five-, seven- and 20-year debt in securities targeted at Japanese investors, said the bankers. A KKR representative declined to comment.
Infrastructure operator TDF and other private equity firms have also expressed interest in buying parts of Altice NV's businesses in France, Portugal and the Dominican Republic, the report said, citing the sources. The Netherlands-based telecommunications company is considering setting up a new company for the assets and selling stakes in it to the winning bidders, according to the report.
American Tower Corp and KKR & Co LP are among bidders for Altice NV's telecommunications towers, which could be valued at about 3 billion euros ($3.7 billion), Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing people with knowledge of the matter. Infrastructure operator TDF and other private equity firms have also expressed interest in buying parts of Altice NV's businesses in France, Portugal and the Dominican Republic, the report said, citing the sources. The Netherlands-based telecommunications company is considering setting up a new company for the assets and selling stakes in it to the winning bidders, according to the report.
Apple Inc. is acquiring Next Issue Media from private equity firm KKR & Co. Terms of the deal remain undisclosed. New York-based KKR (NYSE: KKR) invested $50 million in Next Issue in December 2014. The ...
The Federal Trade Commission said that the $2.4 billion sale of Envision-owned AMR to the KKR-backed Air Medical Group could harm consumers in the state.
Japan Post Holding Co's new $1.1 billion (800.64 million pounds) private equity fund plans to team up with global buyout firms such as KKR (KKR.N), Blackstone (BX.N) and Permira to invest in companies in Japan and overseas, a senior group executive said. The Japan Post group announced in January it is setting up a private equity fund investment company, Japan Post Investment Corporation, with up to 120 billion yen ($1.12 billion) in an initial fund. The move signals Japan Post Holding's firmer commitment to alternative investments as its banking unit Japan Post Bank (7182.T) - which will provide seed money for the fund - faces diminishing returns amid persistently low interest rates.
Cov-lite debt now accounts for nearly four-fifths of leveraged lending in Europe, according to S&P.
Indonesia's Go-Jek has raised a higher than targeted $1.5 billion in a fundraising round from a dozen investors including BlackRock and Google, sources said, as the ride-hailing firm builds its war chest to fight deep-pocketed rivals. Go-Jek had planned last year to raise $1.2 billion, and, with the 25 percent extra funds it has received, it is now valued at about $5 billion, according to the sources.
KKR & Co.’s Henry Kravis took home $169.7 million last year, while fellow co-founder George Roberts topped that with $173.1 million.
KKR & Co LP (NYSE:KKR) files its latest 10-K with SEC for the fiscal year ended on December 31, 2017.